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    Hibs game

    Sorry people, but got in here first for posting for this game. After the last 2 wins, hopefully Naysith will acknowledge that ATTACK will be the best option and take it to Hibs. If we stand back I think we will be overwhelmed and that is not what WE are about now after the last 2 games. To me it shows what attacking football in this league can do, sit back and go for a draw just lets the opposing midfield and forwards overwhelm you.
    On an other note, I was absolutely gutted to hear that Ian Russell had scored his 17 goal on Saturday and I would loved to seen him still at Queens with Dobbie, Lyle, Dykes and Hilson what an attacking side that would have been.
    Anyway, enough of the whisky celebrating the victory over Ayr, forward the SOUTH on Saturday

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    Really looking forward to this now after two encouraging performances against DU & Ayr . I honestly don't think we've anything to fear if we approach it in the same manner
    A few of us heading up by train from Lockerbie . Where do Queens fans usually meet before the game ? Any suggestions will be much appreciated

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    Hello anyone ????

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    Should be a cracker with Queens in good form and the prospect of the Hibees winning the league with a victory if their nearest opponents Morton and Falkirk drop points.

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    Just had a look at tomorrow nights fixtures ( Tuesday 11th April ) and there's a couple of cracking games

    Dundee United v Dunfermline &

    Morton v St Mirren

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    Looking forward to my 2nd visit to Easter Road this season. Hopefully be a better game than on the previous occasion, when JT was in temporary charge and Queens lost 4-0.

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    Barry Cook is the official in charge at Easter Road on Saturday. Oh joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    Just had a look at tomorrow nights fixtures ( Tuesday 11th April ) and there's a couple of cracking games

    Dundee United v Dunfermline &

    Morton v St Mirren
    Final scores

    Morton 1 St Mirren 4

    Dundee United 1 Dunfermline 0

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    After that gubbing Morton can only get 62 points
    Dundee United 63 points and
    Falkirk 64 points
    so a Hibs victory over Queens may be enough to
    win the league on goal average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    After that gubbing Morton can only get 62 points
    Dundee United 63 points and
    Falkirk 64 points
    so a Hibs victory over Queens may be enough to
    win the league on goal average.
    Goal Difference rather than Goal Average. That went out in the Sixties did it not?
    With their superior GD that would be like an extra point to Hibs and therefore the title.
    Last edited by ALBERTZ_11; 11-04-2017 at 10:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Goal Difference rather than Goal Average. That went out in the Sixties did it not?
    With their superior GD that would be like an extra point to Hibs and therefore the title.

    Nope , no title is won until it's mathematically impossible for another team to win it

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    Best case scenario is that Hibs would be 9 points ahead of Falkirk at 5pm on Saturday if both clubs win their games with 9 points left to play for.

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    Queen's go into this game with no fear other than the players who are hoping to obtain a new contract for next season. I anticipate a good game actually with a few goals for both teams. 2-2.

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    I reckon on a 2-2 draw as my prediction too.

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    The Hibees should comfortably win the league with on paper the easier run - in
    QOS home
    Raith home
    Ayr away
    Saints home
    they are also 10 goals ahead on GD of the Bairns
    whose last 4 games are
    Saints home
    Pars away
    QOS home
    Dumbarton away











    pars

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    There is one major advantage in Queens favour, - Hibs are playing Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi final next week, - so apart from match fitness, - they will have no desire to risk any injuries against us on Saturday.

    For that reason, their foot will be off the peddle and Queens should sneak a wee win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    Really looking forward to this now after two encouraging performances against DU & Ayr . I honestly don't think we've anything to fear if we approach it in the same manner
    A few of us heading up by train from Lockerbie . Where do Queens fans usually meet before the game ? Any suggestions will be much appreciated

    Just been informed trains are cancelled this weekend due to maintenance work . Buses only running .

    Need to take the car now

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    Trains via Ayrshire to Glasgow and Edinburgh are still running okay on Saturday.

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    Ladbrokes ScoChamp Odds:
    Hibs 4/9, Draw 16/5, Queens 13/2

    Other match Odds are:
    Dumbarton 15/8, Draw 12/5, Dunfermline 13/10
    Falkirk 10/11, Draw 5/2, St Mirren 14/5
    Raith 21/10, Draw 9/4, Morton 13/10
    Ayr Utd 15/4, Draw 11/4, Dundee Utd 7/10

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    on the other hand here a win for queens at hibs could mean squeeky bum time for the teams above us as queens play dumbarton at palmy the week after and id expect a queens win in that match ,which could see queens close in within 3 or 4 points of the team above with a couple of winnable ties left .

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